Following social distancing measures must always be followed when entering the Masjid…

Jumma Prayer Arrangement during the Covid Pandemic

Due to strict social distancing restrictions in place, only a limited number of Musallee can be accommodated inside the masjid. Therefore, 4 Jumma congregations have been organised at following times to spread out the attendees and maintain social distancing:                                                                                             

First Jama’at: 1:30pm
Second Jama’at: 2:00pm
Third Jama’at: 2:30pm
Fourth Jama’at: 3:00pm                                                                               

To further ensure that only a manageable number of musallee (enabling social distancing) are allowed to enter the Masjid at a time, you must pre-register ourselves a place using following booking link:             

Once you have registered a place, you must keep the QA code automatically generated by the website to present at the time of entry to the Masjid. You can also present a valid QR code printed on a paper.

Please note that all of social distancing measure listed in a previous post below MUST be adhered to whilst you are at the Masjid.                             
It is understandable that some of our brothers may find these measure inconvenient or too limiting, but these measure have been put in place to ensure compliance with the UK Government guidelines on social gatherings in a worship setting. Masjid administration seek your appreciation and cooperation. Let’s all pray insha-Allah that we soon come out of Covid restrictions. Jazak-Allah


Masjid Now open for congregational Salah

Alhamdulillah, Jamia Masjid Swindon is currently open for congregational Salah from today (4th July).

Please remember that we remain in the middle of a viral pandemic and continue to be at high risk of another COVID outbreak .

We are advised to follow strict social distancing and other guidance provided by the Government. Your cooperation in this regard will reduce the risk of outbreak and also help keep Masjid open for Congregational Salah.

Please take following measures seriously, and cooperate with Masjid administration to ensure safety for all.

Before you come to Masjid

If you are at high risk, or have symptoms related to COVID, please pray at Home.

You MUST perform Wudu at home, Masjid Wudu and toilet facilities will NOT be available.

You Must bring your own prayer mat.

You Must also bring a bag to carry your shoes at all times, one way flow in effect.

You Must wear a face mask, entry will not be permitted without a mask.

Due to restricted capacity sisters and Children under 12 must pray at home 

When inside the Masjid

Limited number of Musallee allowed on first come first enter basis to ensure social distances inside the Masjid

Masjid will open 15 minutes before the Jama’at time.

Strict 1m+ distance should be maintained at all times inside and outside the masjid.

There will be no access to books or tasbeehs in the Masjid.

You must leave the Masjid right after the completion of Jama’at, and pray sunnah and nawafil at home.

No hand shake or close contact in the Majid

As soon as you enter the masjid, please register yourself to help track and trace measures required by the government

Masjid Donation Appeal

As you are aware, due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Masjid is unable to open this Ramadan. This has resulted in a shortage of funds for our Masjid as the majority of donations for the year are obtained during this holy period, as well as during weekly Friday prayers which are currently suspended. Masjid expenditure has been reduced as much as possible to mitigate this but there is still a funding gap which needs to be addressed. We kindly ask for your support for our Masjid in order to help us through this period of uncertainty. Our Masjid running expenses had been grnerously funded by the community for numerous decades, but it is especially important now – during these testing times that we come together and support the Masjid.

Online Transfer: You can either donate online by using the “Donate” link on the Masjid website.

Bank transfer: Or make a bank transfer to the following account:

Barclays Bank PLC 
Account No.: 90883964
Sort Code: 20-84-58

Cash Donations: can also be arranged. Please contact either of following individuals

Azim Khan – 07595 741086
Mufti Imran – 07846 929873

We ask Allah, the Almighty, to bless us during the last 7 days of spiritual month and protect us and our loved ones during these difficult times.

Jazak Allah Khair

Jamia Masjid, Swindon